Cuomo Drops Proposal To Ban All Modified Stretch Limos
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is dropping a proposal to ban all modified stretch limousines, an idea prompted by last fall's crash that killed 20 people.
Funeral Plans Set For NY Mom Killed In Family Mow-Down
A funeral will be held Thursday for a pregnant mother of six who police say was killed when a driver hit her family outside a convenience store after words were exchanged about his smoking.
Kim Readies For Trump After Marathon Journey, Warm Welcome
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un spent the eve of his summit with Donald Trump traveling around Hanoi in his armored limousine Tuesday, his squad of encircling bodyguards in tow as he visited the North Korean Embassy, with hundreds of visiting journalists and thousands of local citizens following in …
New York Seeks Tax Law Input From Forest Landowners
New York officials are planning a series of public meetings to give forest landowners the opportunity to have their say on the state's forest tax law program.
Cohen Expected To Tell Senators About Trump Russia Contacts
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen will start a three-day gauntlet of congressional appearances by giving a closed-door interview to the Senate intelligence committee, where he is expected to detail what he claims to know about Trump's contacts with Russians and …
Court Postpones Former Cuomo Aide’s Surrender Date
The scheduled surrender date for a former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo to begin serving his six year prison sentence on federal corruption charges has been delayed.
House To Vote On Measure Revoking Trump’s Emergency Order
Democrats are moving quickly to try to roll back President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency to siphon billions of dollars from the military to fund construction of a fence along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Cuomo: Cheaters Should Be Barred From Property Tax Credit
New York Gov. Andrew Como says people found to fraudulently claim a state property tax credit should be barred from reapplying for the benefit for six years.
High Winds Cut Power, Inundate Lake Erie Shoreline With Ice
High winds howled through much of the eastern U.S. for a second day Monday, cutting power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses, closing schools, and pushing dramatic mounds of ice onto the shores of Lake Erie.
NY To Let Teachers Report Student Safety Concerns To Judge
Teachers and school administrators in New York state can now alert a judge about students who they worry could be a threat to themselves or others after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Monday intended to help prevent school shootings, suicides and other tragedies.